Vodacom chairman reflects on Eskom, YeboYethu, Please Call Me

Load-shedding, which hurt the economy and posed challenges for Vodacom’s network, was a sobering reminder of the hurdles that lie ahead, says Jabulani Moleketi.

May 13, 2019

Vodacom BEE deal hits earnings; user numbers up

Vodacom's group revenue increased by 4.3% to R90.1 billion but HEPS dropped 6.6% due to the impact of last year's R16.4 billion BEE deal.


New CEO plans to transform 4Sight

Vincent Raseroka wants 4Sight SA to be 51% black-owned and run by competent, capable young black females.

Sep 19, 2018

EOH shareholders approve R1bn BEE deal

The approval means the JSE-listed IT services company will now have an effective black shareholding well above 50%.

Sep 12, 2018

AYO buys into Sizwe, eyes R1bn amid leadership turmoil

The broad-based black economic empowerment ICT group looks to acquire a 55% stake in Sizwe for R165 million.

Jun 11, 2018

Vodacom in new R17.5bn BEE deal

The Vodacom group announces what it says is the largest BEE transaction in the sector to date.

Mar 13, 2018

EOH shifts strategy, splits business

The technology services company splits into two independent businesses; one will continue to trade under the EOH brand and the other will be called NewCo.

Aug 29, 2017

Black IT Forum weighs in on DiData-Ngcaba impasse

The association believes the systems integrator deliberately frustrated its former chairman as he didn't have political influence.

Aug 17, 2017

Ricoh SA's BEE drive takes shape

The company implements a black ownership structure that achieves 52.4% black and black women ownership.

Jul 28, 2017

DiData lauds Ngcaba, eyes new BEE deal

The systems integrator praises its outgoing executive chairman, and is set to announce a black economic empowerment scheme in October.


YeboYethu profit boosted by Vodacom earnings growth

Vodacom's BEE empowerment scheme saw net profit for the past financial year grow by almost 108% to R289.7 million.

Feb 27, 2017

BEE partner fights Cell C-Blue Label deal

Cell C's empowerment partner CellSAf says it was not consulted on the Blue Label Telecoms deal and is prepared to go to court to fight it.

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